September 2008
Shape;Sep2008, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p126
The author reports on the health benefits of losing weight. The increased risks which overweight women have of contracting coronary disease, as compared to normal weight women, is mentioned. Steps which overweight women can take in order to lose weight are discussed, such as eating less and taking part in high-intensity exercises.


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